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1.  Metastatic Crohn's disease 
Crohn's disease, first described in 1922, is characterized by segmental granulomatous inflammation of the intestinal tract and frequently involves the cutaneous tissues as well. Cutaneous Crohn's disease (CCD) is synonymous with metastatic Crohn's disease (MSD). A case of CCD, without any gastrointestinal involvement is reported for its rarity.
doi:10.4103/2229-5178.126029
PMCID: PMC3937486  PMID: 24616854
Cutaneous crohn's disease; metastatic crohn's disease; non caseating granulomas
2.  Lichen Sclerosus Atrophicus [LSA] in the Areolae: A Case Report 
Lichen sclerosus (LS) is a chronic inflammatory disorder of an unknown aetiology most commonly affecting the anogenital area. However, extragenital involvement also occurs uncommonly. A case of extra-genital LS involving the areolae of both breasts, in a 15-year-old boy, is reported for its rarity.
doi:10.1155/2012/825963
PMCID: PMC3504285  PMID: 23259089
3.  IDIOPATHIC CALCINOSIS CUTIS 
Indian Journal of Dermatology  2009;54(4):388-389.
doi:10.4103/0019-5154.57624
PMCID: PMC2807724  PMID: 20101349
4.  ELEPHANTIASIS OF THE EXTERNAL GENITALIA: A SEQUEL TO CUTANEOUS TUBERCULOSIS 
Indian Journal of Dermatology  2009;54(1):52-55.
Tuberculosis continues to be an important public health problem and cutaneous tuberculosis constitutes a minor proportion of extra pulmonary manifestations of tuberculosis. Elephantiasis of the external genitalia, as a sequel to cutaneous tuberculosis, in a 40-year-old diabetic lady is being reported for its rarity. The patient also had lesions of healed scrofuloderma of 27 years’ duration, in both axillae, with residual pedunculated nodules.
doi:10.4103/0019-5154.48988
PMCID: PMC2800872  PMID: 20049271
Cutaneous tuberculosis; diabetes mellitus; elephantiasis; gumma; lupus vulgaris; scrofuloderma
5.  MALIGNANT MELANOMA – CUTANEOUS METASTASES 
Indian Journal of Dermatology  2008;53(4):212-214.
Melanoma composed of melanocytes may arise in the skin or other tissues harboring melanocytes, such muco-cutaneous junctions, mucosa including the conjunctiva, iris, choroids and substantia nigra.1 Metastases to the skin and subcutaneous tissues from a malignant melanoma are less common. A case of multiple painless nodules on the body that revealed metastatic deposits of melanoma on histopathological examination is being reported.
doi:10.4103/0019-5154.44803
PMCID: PMC2763751  PMID: 19882041
Cutaneous metastases; melanoma; maignant

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